An Energy Company For Property Managers
As an energy provider to some of the largest real estate investment trusts and property managers we understand how complex managing energy is across a portfolio of assets.
At ERM Power, we understand the unique challenges of energy efficiency for property management.
- Buildings use a massive 40% of the world’s energy.¹
- However, research has identified that only 43% of large property management businesses have a formal energy plan in place.
- This means over half of large commercial property organisations are operating day-to-day with significant opportunity left on the table².
FMA CEO Interview – The Energy Challenge
Facilities Management Association of Australia CEO, Nicholas Burt, discusses how important it is for property managers to understand energy, how it is used and how it can be better managed across a property portfolio.
Energy Management: Detail In The Data
Peter Tickler, Digital Innovation Lead at ERM Power understands the crucial part data is playing in energy management.
“Data science allows us to identify energy productivity opportunities more quickly and cost effectively than we’ve seen in the past”, says Tickler.
Find out more about ERM Power’s data-first approach to energy productivity here.
Through sustainable practices and implementation of energy reduction initiatives, Charlestown Square is constantly working toward reducing our energy consumption and achieving market leading results. One way we achieve this is through partnering with service providers and suppliers that can provide turn key solutions that deliver as promised using leading technology
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1 – https://www.nabers.gov.au/about/what-nabers
2 – Market research study (qualitative) conducted by independent researcher Market & Communications Research (MCR) during July and August 2017 surveying large organisations/businesses in the National Electricity Market